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Wing

(metaphor) the fat tissue near the bicep and tricep muscles along a person’s upper arm =The term wing is reapplied in a metaphorical sense to the upper portion of a person’s arm. The wings More…

wingaling

a creature with wings apparent meaning: a creature with wings. The character in the cartoon was drawing wings. He wanted to describe the dragon now that it had wings, but wanted it to sound More…

winger

one who vocally expresses and advocates extremely partisan political ideas. Wingers loudly express their views and strongly advocate for a conservative, limited federal government dominated More…

winkleresque

Sporadic or random, commonly inappropriate =Adjective Etymology : Houston, TX =Used by social group to describe actions similar to that of another friend who tended to say completely More…

winterize

(affixation) To prepare something for cold weather. =Used to describe structures or inanimate objects; implies some type of physical improvement or transition to hardiness. Etymology : More…

Wire-baby

A word used to describe a person born from 1990-2000. These individuals are heavily reliant on wired devices such as Xboxes, DVD players, desktop computers, and HDMI inputs from their More…

wire-fu

A type of choreography in which martial arts is combined with wire stunts. Although the first few seasons of Power Rangers had very limited and static action sequences in the American More…

witch

(metaphor) a woman who is empowered, headstrong, and at times slightly difficult to get along with =the concept of a witch, a female with supernatural powers who has traditionally been More…

witchadidja

with you did you. It was ued to keep the conversation flowing without stop. Supposedly used by rednecks in accordance with the vernacular/dialect or colloquialism in the region. =You More…

witchtok

The informal category of user-uploaded videos to TikTok that contain, or allude to, pagan practices or witchcraft. =Usually referred to as a side of TikTok (while there are no official More…

wizzle

to urinate It was coined as a term for comedic effect on The Simpsons. =I have to wizzle. =The Simpsons

wizzle

to urinate. Used by Bart Simpson in an episode of The Simpsons. =I have to wizzle. Etymology : Sound Symbolism =Bart Simpson on The Simpsons

WLOG

without loss of generality In math proofs to shorten the phrase it is easier to write "without loss of generality" and some people use the phrase. =WLOG, we can assume x is greater than y More…

woadie

a friend or buddy. It was coined as a term for expressing friendship or fraternity. =What’s up, woadie? =A friend

WOAT

(Noun) Worst of all time. Generally, referring to a person, but it can also refer to a thing. =This is another example of text/cyber lingo becoming verbal slang. There is WOAT and on the More…

Wobble Walker

(wobble and walker) A very large, overweight person who appears to wobble as he or she walks. =When a person is severely overweight, they have so much extra mass on their body that they More…

Wobbles

The wobbles refer to an unpleasant effect that takes place as a result of taking too large of a dose of kratom. The “wobbles” cause the person in question to become extremely dizzy, More…

wochnight or wochman

A guard or night watchman Wochnight is derived from night watchman in the English language. It maintains the same meaning, a night guard or night watchman. But as a result of clipping the More…

wojack

(Borrowing) A particular genre of meme images stemming from a base format of a simple line drawing depicting the head of a bald man. However, the images may depict a variety of types of More…

Woke

Aware of the true nature of society, especially as it relates to injustices involving racial or sexual minorities, or the inherent unfairness of the capitalist mode of production. “Paul is More…


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